According to a report by AgWeek, Haug Implement of Willmar, Minn., offers data gathering and processing service in central Minnesota, and is expanding.
The company captures images at a 2- to 10-inch resolution.
They are Minnesota’s dealer for AgPixel Agricultural Service, a team of remote sensing and geospatial analysis experts based in Johnston, Iowa. Among other things, AgPixel provides “secure private data storage,” on a physical server, not a cloud-based system.
The system offers multiple data formats, including various orthomosaic (geometrically corrected, high-quality stitching) images. They are provided in various forms — synthesized natural color, color-infrared, colorized NDVI (normalized difference vegetation index), among others.
The partnership with AgPixel started in December 2015.